While most product recalls merely cause mild annoyance, occasionally one really is a matter of life and death. Unshocking news reaches us from Dutch Electronics giant Philips: it is recalling its HeartStart automated defibrillators due to a memory chip fault.
Turtle Beach has introduced a dual ear headset for the Xbox 360. The Ear Force XLC - designed as an alternative to standard 'one ear' communicator headsets - offers both in-game and Xbox Live audio.
Apple has announced that more than two billion apps have been downloaded from its App Store, which it modestly describes as the largest applications store in the world.
UK mobile operator Orange is to sell Apple's iPhone in the UK, ending the exclusive deal with O2 and leaving only the US and Germany not offering a choice of telco to iPhone users.
A new application for the iPhone will enable fanboys to use their gizmos as "sleaze detectors".
Intel has introduced the CE4100 SoC. The 45nm chip - expected to encourage the development of interactive television content and applications - is fully compatible with Blue-ray, Digital TV and other entertainment devices.
It seems that you can use your iPhone for just about anything apart from making a telephone call.
A teacher in Thailand has been caught on mobile phone giving a smart alec kid a serious beating.
When you're cleaning your house, should you be more scared of your washing machine or your vacuum cleaner? That's one of the pressing questions posed - and answered - by Insure.com.
Online megastore Amazon is to undercut its regular suppliers by branding electronics accessories under its own name.
Point Grey has announced plans to showcase the "world's first" SuperSpeed USB-enabled digital video camera at the 2009 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco.
With a large colour touchscreen and internet connectivity, the Sensia radio from Pure is almost more of a PC than a radio.
Palm has finally pulled the plug on the Windows Mobile operating system after years as a valued customer.
Pentax has launched an entry-level digital SLR camera with a few not-so-entry-level features.
Lenovo has introduced the ThinkPad X200 Tablet PC and ThinkPad T400s laptop. Both portable devices feature multitouch screen technology - along with SimpleTap - an application designed to simplify interaction with multitouch screens.
Microsoft has introduced its long-awaited HD Zune. The upgraded device - powered by Nvidia's Tegra processor - is capable of rendering high-quality video and playing HD radio.
LG has announced its first Android mobile, the LG-GW620, featuring a three inch touchscreen and slide out QWERTY keypad. Up until now, all LG smartphones have used the Windows Mobile OS.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has introduced a veritable smorgasbord of technological goodies, including an upgraded iPod Nano, iTunes 9 and OS 3.1. According to Jobs, the latest version of iTunes features an improved UI, along with an automated DJ known as "Genius Mixes" which selects and plays tracks from a user's music library.
The UK's leading mobile telco is running a special offer on its website enabling users to pick up a Blackberry Curve for just €10,001 ($14,566.06). Hurry while stocks last!
Interview Chip firm AMD has integrated its portfolio of products and
platforms and has a strategy aimed at targeting the tech generation
rather than talking pure tech to people who don’t want to understand
bits and bytes.